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- n. The property of being succulent.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality or condition of being succulent; juiciness.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The character of being succulent; juiciness: as, the succulence of a peach.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a juicy appetizingness
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Gérard Marula Le Haut Midi, Touraine, Loire, France 2009 (£17.75, Green & Blue Wines)A so-called natural wine, meaning it was made with minimal intervention in the winery (including no added sulphur), this blend of cabernets franc and sauvignon with grolleau, is joyously alive with singing floral-edged raspberry fruit and a kind of spicy succulence.
Marks & Spencer Nerello Mascalese, Belice Valley, Agrigento, Sicily £5.99, Marks & SpencerIf you're a fan of the sort of immediately appealing, youthful succulence you find in good beaujolais, you'll love this vibrant Sicilian red.
"She can only dream of succulence," said Swinton, "so I had to keep my mouth completely dry of saliva while acting, as she didn't contain any liquids."
The shank meat contributes succulence and texture to the sauce.
This “Les Granges” has good depth and succulence, which combine to make it a natural match for unadorned grilled meats – or even those cans of beans.
I hope their taste buds will be awakened by the irresistible garlic and melting cheese concoction, formaggio all 'Argentiera, which Rosa prepares in the middle of the night, and which rouses her neighbors from their sleep, its succulence pervading their dreams.
I crossed over, joined the end of the queue, with Buddhist detachment registered the thudding succulence of the three underdressed girls in front of me, and dialled Harley on the secure mobile.
I will never get mad at bar-b-q ribs, even as they try to kill me with their succulence.
The grilled presa pork, served with Idiazabal cheese and potato pureed with red pepper, was only lightly cooked so the meat retained its succulence.
The nationalism that often adds zing to these pages is replaced by naked proselytizing not only on the health benefits and succulence of vegetables but on how to grow them.
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